LED-TV by studio aisslinger

The concept of the new Display LED television is an example of a new minimalist approach to the development of very thin flat-screen televisions. A metallic, angular structure reminiscent of a bent sheet of steel serves as its stand, additionally highlighting the slim construction for the user. The TV is turned on by inserting a finger in a circular opening within the stand where a sensor registers the movement and activates the screen. As with the Grid TV concept, this television also includes an external box providing numerous interfaces for the connection of periphery devices. It can be placed behind the screen while simultaneously guaranteeing an effortless connection of new devices at any time. 

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